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the congressman a fair shake last night. i was called a few names. >> i do have to give michelle obama an immense amount of credit. this woman who is so privileged and has been her entire life is able to connect with mainstream culture. >> i won't dance publicly. >> she's on the order of a marie antoinette. >> i'm sorry, if there's one thing michelle obama would never say, it's let them eat cake. we have with us lily val gillett that and dana milbank. lily, let's start with the violence against women act. it's finally become law once again after 18 months of standoff. can you explain to us why a majority of republicans would vote against it? >> i wish i had an answer for that and i guess the optimist in me just goes back to saying, yeah, we got it passed, and it shows that when we want, there are things that can get done. and i got to give credit to speaker boehner because for the third time he has put on the floor a bill that his majority wasn't supporting and it got passed. it's showing me maybe there is hope with the tax reductions -- >> we're talking about 138 republican voptes against an ac
that killed bin laden. her husband has to get all the credit for that. >> michelle obama, hey, how are you? >> i will say this, whoever did the photo shopping did a pretty good job. >> they did. >> people in caves, people in huts and jungles. >> they're all enjoying pirates of the caribbean. >> how much that cameo costs. >> but it boosts the obama administration up as this glamorous thing. >> well, it is. >> governor chris christie will not be invited to c pack this year. >> everybody who is anybody in the republican political world will be there. >> it's not about winning, it's about sitting inside of an echo chamber of resentments. >> and you are looking live right now at shots of the senate floor where we're watching a final vote on chuck hagel for secretary of defense. we'll obviously bring that to you as soon as we have a result. but before that let's bring in our panel, angela rye, political strategist and principal of impact strategies, karen finney, former dnc communications director and ari melber, correspondent for "the nation." welcome to all of you. chuck hagel is about to be c
the republicans twist in the wind. same on guns to your question you asked michelle. what president clinton did in 1994 was to principally build out a coalition with law enforcement, with teachers, with parents, and they occupied the political center which is exactly what president obama is doing right now while the nra occupies the extreme political fringe opposing common sense things that 9 out of 10 americans support. >> julian, let me follow up on that. i agree with you. at the same time at the same point we're going to need a cadre of republican votes to get these things done. the more they fracture, yes, we can stand back and kind of let it happen. at the same time, we've got to make sure we're able to get the republican votes that we need to make sure we actually deliver on the promise. >> and i think that's exactly right, karen. and i think what you do to my earlier point is you begin to identify those 30 to 40 republicans that you think you can get, and you build out these coalitions in their districts. that can be done in a number of places as we have seen from some of the polling dat
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